PK Grills PK 360 ($800)
A stylish grill won’t make you a better cook. But damn if we don’t feel more confident operating the burly and gorgeous PK Grills PK 360. While you’re at it, splurge on the Teak Shelf kit ($200).
Porter Road Meat Delivery Box ($100)
Porter Road’s meat delivery box is a carnivore’s dream: a selection of chops, steaks, bacon, ground beef, and sausage, all hand cut at the Nashville shop and delivered frozen by mail.
Brew Dr. Kombucha Clear Mind ($3 per 14-ounce bottle)
Brew Dr. Kombucha’s Clear Mind refreshes the spirit and the mouth with sage, rosemary, and mint. Live probiotics promote gut health. They also come in 12-ounce cans.
Jacobsen Salt Co. Vial Set ($48)
Good salt is the only seasoning you really need. The Jacobsen Salt Co. Vial Set includes 12 varieties that won’t upstage a perfectly cooked goose.
Industry West Polylite Leather Coolbox ($496)
The Industry West Polylite Leather Coolbox isn’t a run-of-the-mill cooler: leather covers a classic Coleman for a 45-liter beer-chilling work of art.
Yeti Rambler Stackable Pint Glasses ($50)
Yeti’s 16-ounce Rambler Stackable pint glasses, which are sold in pairs, feature the same level of insulation and durability that we’ve come to expect from the Texas brand.
Sierra Nevada Hazy Little Thing IPA ($10 for six)
Many IPAs are just too bitter. Not the Sierra Nevada Hazy Little Thing IPA, which balances its hoppy profile with some sweetness in a surprisingly drinkable brew with 7 percent ABV.
Uinta Brewing Yard Sale Lager ($10 for six)
Uinta Brewing makes excellent winter beers, including this malty and sweet seasonal offering: Yard Sale lager.
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